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What’s the Hurry?

The unwarranted rush in increasing the tenure to five years by resorting to the ordinance route has dismayed many as investigative agencies are often being used by governments to further their interests.

Charting a New Course

The framers of the Constitution made accountability an integral element with respect to the legislature and executive. However, they consciously decided to keep the judiciary on a different pedestal. They trusted the competence of the men and women who would adorn the Bench, in upholding the Constitution.” These words of Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana were delivered at the 71st Constitution Day meet at Vigyan Bhawan recently.

Death was virtually delivered to Stan Swamy’s cell by the system

The system can lament, apportion blame, but it never interfered, never once tried to understand why a man would want to live among tribals and work for them, ignoring calls to comfort. Death was virtually delivered to Stan Swamy’s cell by the system.

Farm Laws Repeal: A hurried legislation

In a parliamentary democratic set up, it is not possible to impose laws on an utterly hostile community despite the best of intension and the promise of long-term national gains, without due consultation, consensus and credible parliamentary scrutiny.

Restraining Speakers?

The 82nd All India Presiding Offices’ Conference (AIPOC), held in Shimla from November 17-18, 2021, was a rather lacklustre event. There was ceremonial reiteration of the need to increase the number of sittings of legislative bodies as well as a resolution against ritualistic disruptions during Question Hour, presentation of the budget and addresses by the president/governors.

Complexities of Privacy

The Bill is a great move in the right direction, but just merely passing it may not ameliorate all the pains of the data principal in several instances, specifically related to social media.

Judicial Infrastructure: Pressing Need

The Law Commission of India performs the important function of bringing about law reforms. It is empowered to recommend legislative reforms with a view to clarify, consolidate and codify particular branches of law where the government felt the necessity for it. So far, 21 Law Commissions have been constituted and have scripted 262 reports.

Justice NV Ramana: The man with the Midas Touch

Right from helping to restore the State road bus service in a Telangana village upon the request of a Class 8 student, to switching to his mother tongue Telugu to pave the way for peace between a couple locked in a 20-year-old case, the present Chief Justice of India

A Privilege or a Risk?

Digital payment technologies are rapidly changing the format of traditionally burdensome transaction methods and processes. In order to stay relevant with their clients, law firms will need to adapt and innovate in all areas of their service, including how they conduct their payments.

Crime and Justice, America’s Angst

Two murder trials growing out of racial confrontations following the Black Lives Matter protests in America this past year ended with opposite verdicts, suggesting that the country’s legal system is in trouble.

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